What’s in a name? Karakoyun means black sheep in Turkish, and is also my family name. In the English language, black sheep is an idiom used to describe an odd or disreputable member of a group, especially within a family.
In our globally connected world, social movements start with the dissenters, those who are willing to fight against the status quo, talk about ideas considered unpopular by working to make them commonplace. Taking leaps of faith and following your passion is a requirement of being a change agent. Everyone needs a little bit of a black sheep spirit in them once in awhile. Read my Lale Article on life coaching to help you figure out how to incorporate this philosophy into your life.